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FORMATION OF THE LEXEME’S CORPUS FOR THE LEVEL MODEL DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE
Corresponding Author(s) : Irina A. Kuprieva
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 7 No. 4 (2019): July
Purpose: The article deals with the principles of selection of factual material on the problem of fixing language invariants and variants.
Methodology: This is an analytic-dialectical research in which the data was obtained through the analysis of language and grammar in English texts.
Main Findings: As a result of using the system-object method of knowledge representation, a model for securing language variants is constructed. The UFO model of the organizational system can act as a network, production, and frame models. In conclusion, only the internal flows are of interest at the level of the function description, since the algebra of images of the theory of patterns and the theory of graphs are involved in external flows.
Applications: This article can be used by regional schools, cultural organizations and universities.
Novelty/Originality: In this research, a level model of language invariants and variants was developed and presented. Statistical accounting methods, linguistic and computer modeling methods were used on this model.
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